byBerssenbrugge, Mei Mei; Guest, Barbara; Waldman, Anne
A Barbara Guest Tribute with Barbara Guest and Anne Waldman. The tribute includes Waldman discussing Guest's titles, Guest's biography on HD, and a reading. Guest continues a discussion on what a poem is, followed by a reading and comments on erasure, hauntedness, physicallity, and destructiveness, a discussion on ego, availability of information, and "experimental" being gone from Naropa. Topics: Mei Mei Berssenbrugge, Barbara Guest, Anne Waldman
Anne Waldman Prformance Workshop Winter 2011 Residency New England College MFA Program in Poetry Jan 6 & 7, 2011 Produced by Ambrose Bye Topics: Anne Waldman, New England College MFA in Poetry, Ambrose Bye, Dawn Coutu
Text by Deyon Williams, spoken by Anchia Kinard Anne Waldman Performance Class at the 2011 Winter Residency New England College MFA Program in Poetry January 6 & 7, 2011 Produced by Ambrose Bye Topics: New England College MFA in Poetry, Anne Waldman, Deyon Williams, Anchia Kinard
Anne Waldman Performance Workshop New England College MFA Program in Poetry Winter Residency Jan 6 & 7, 2011 Produced by Ambrose Bye Composed by Dawn Coutu Accompanied by Jillian Mukavetz (fiddle) and Ambrose Bye (piano) Topics: Dawn Coutu, Jillian Mukavetz, Anne Waldman, Ambrose Bye, New England College MFA Poetry
Lannan Center for Poetics and Social PracticeReadings and Talks Series 2001-2002Anne Waldman and Lisa Jarnot ReadingFebruary 12, 2002Introduced by Lannan Center Director Mark McMorris. Topics: lannan center, poetry, experiemental, music, lisa jarnot, beat poetry, jazz, beat, anne waldman
While the death and destruction caused by war is reason enough to examine our current state of militarism, SourceCode investigates longterm costs of war's damage to the environment. Weapons of Mass Destruction in Washington DC? Chemical weapons from World War One were buried in the Spring Valley neighborhood in our nation's capital. Army Corp of Engineer whistleblowers tour us around the most toxic of the sites. Then, Truthout's Chris Hume talks with Azzam Alwash about the destruction and... Topics: free speech tv, independent media, participatory media, activism, TV, Military, Neocon, Veterans,...
This is my first all-poetry podcast show. Many hours of research went into making this, and many years of reading and writing (and performing) poetry before it. Poetry Show Podcast, 7jan15. Playlist:1. What It Is, Lydia Lunch and Clint Ruin, 1:42.2. Introducing John Stanley Hart; He Entered The Bar With The Best Intentions, William Burroughs, 2:19.3. What You Should Know To Be A Poet, Gary Snyder, 3:31.4. The Secret Orator, Robert Kelly, 2:16.5. To Jack... Topics: ANNE WALDMAN, CHARLES BUKOWSKI, ED SANDERS, GARY SNYDER, JACK KEROUAC, JIM CARROLL, LYDIA LUNCH,...
Dig It! Press - Wake of the Flood journal - October 2013A collection of work inspired by experiences of the flooding in Boulder, CO; an effort in community documentation and archive.Please download and distribute at will. The rights of the work belongs to the artists. For physical copies, mail with a self-addressed, stamped envelope $3 toDig It! Press8 E1st Ave.Denver, CO80203Nico Dagaz-At The Mercy of the Rains-FloodDouglas Campbell-A Waiting RiverMary-Laurence Bevington-A Poem for the... Topics: poetry, flood, colorado, boulder, front range, naropa, archive, document, documentary, archival,...